Have now recovered from yesterdays expedition and unpacked my bag of goodies. I won't bore you with all my buys but here are my highlights
A little pair of pink snips to get into all those tight spaces, a snip at £1
Couldn't resist these little cow bells they are already corded as phone charms but at 50p ea I just had to have
I've signed up for a beading class that starts in a couple of weeks and loved these blues and purple (camera didn't do them justice). Big bag size 8 seed beads £1.50 and the string of 4mm chrystals £1.25
Oh buttons, I love buttons and these are gorgeous. They had hundreds of different ones and I could have spent a fortune but resisted and just bought the six (3 for £1)
Then of course the little white dog die cuts, now us westie owners know that this is actually the shape of a scottie not a westie but I'll let them off..
You know what it's like at these fairs it's so easy to spend a fortune, and in the past it's not unknown for me to come home with more bags than I can carry and a credit card debt that'll take months to clear. So I was quite pleased as I spent less than £50 on "stuff" and that inc my ticket and lunch!!
Today has been another wet and windy one so haven't done much but did do more felt stuff. Made a couple of little lavender hearts with felt, buttons, velvet ribbon and some scraps of cath kidston
But I'd better go now as daisy is making more mess than a 2yr old
Sorry was working on this last night when my internet crashed grrrrrrrrrrrr but it seems to be okay now so here we go